Volume 75, Number 38 | February 8 -14 2006

Music

A CABARET-STYLE EVENING OF SONG & DANCE A unique event entirely devoted to the music of the late, great composer and musician Donald Ashwander (1929 – 1994), whose compositions range from classical art songs and swinging ragtime tunes to sophisticated theater songs and lyrics. Feb. 10 - 12 & 17 – 19, Fri & Sat at 10pm, Sun at 5:30pm. La MaMa E.T.C., The Club, 74A E. 4th St. 212-475-7710. $15

Amato Opera, 319 Bowery at 2nd St., 212-228-8200, www.amato.org: AIDA, in Italian, music by Verdi; Begins Sat., Feb. 18 at 7:30 pm and continues thru Sun., March 19 at 2:30pm; Call or go online for specific times and dates; $30, $25 seniors, kids and students.

Baggot Inn, 82 W. Third, bet. Sullivan and Thompson: RADIOSONIC, Thurs., Feb. 2.

Clemente Soto Velez, 107 Suffolk St. at Rivington, 212-696-6681: THE VISION CLUB SERIES 2006, 1:30pm: Yoshiko Chuma & Joe McPhee. 3pm: TRIO X featuring Joe McPhee, Dominic Duval & Jay Rosen. Sun., Jan. 22. $10 per set, $7 student, kids 14 & under free.

CLEMSON COUNTY, SC, An original bluegrass musical based on Jane Austen's Pride & Prejudice. Thru Feb 5; Fri & Sat at 7:30pm, Sun at 2pm. Downtown Art, 59-61 E. 4th Street. www.downtownart.org. 212-479-0885. $5.

greenwich house music school, Renee Weiler Concert Hall, 46 Barrow St. 212-242-4770: $10. MUSIC OF FRANK WIGGELSWORTH AND FRIENDS, A presentation of seven works by Wiggelsworth and one each by Lou Harrison, Henry Cowell, Wallinford Riegger and John Cage. Thurs. Jan. 26 at 8 pm. $15, students and seniors $10. CROSS OVERS AND DREAMLESS SLEEP, Composer Pauline Oliveros and spoken word/ sound artist IONE present recent works for accordian, small instruments with electronics, and spoken word. Feb. 2 at 8pm. $15, students $10.

greenwich village bistro, 13 Carmine St., 212-206-9777: WHIRLED MUSIC, nightly music with no cover charge at any time, call for a given evening’s schedule.

La MaMa E.T.C., The Club, 74A E. 4th St. 212-475-7710: CABARET-STYLE EVENING OF SONG & DANCE, A unique event entirely devoted to the music of the late, great composer and musician Donald Ashwander (1929 - 1994), whose compositions range from classical art songs and swinging ragtime tunes to sophisticated theater songs and lyrics. Feb. 10 - 12 & 17 - 19, Fri & Sat at 10pm, Sun at 5:30pm. $15.

Mo Pitkin's House of Satisfaction, 34 Ave. A, bet. 2nd & 3rd Sts. 212-777-5660: JEFF HARRIS AND THE SUPER CASUALS, The group’s sound is built upon a foundation of American-born roots music and modernized by the influence of Ryan Adams, Wilco and The Jayhawks. Wed., Jan. 25 at 10:30pm. $10.

Open Music Circle, A self-directed improvisatory gathering of acoustic instrument players and vocalists. The event begins and ends in silence. In between, participants experiment with playing in the moment. Second and fourth Sunday of each month. $5-10 donation per person suggested. Bring your own instrument or instruments will be provided. RSVP to 212-988-3306. The New York Insight Meditation Center, 28 W. 27th St., 10th floor, Ring buzzer to enter.

A MUSICAL PERFORMANCE Jeff Harris & The Super Casuals’ sound is built upon a foundation of American-born roots music and modernized by the influence of Ryan Adams, Wilco and The Jayhawks. Wed., Jan. 25 at 10:30pm. Mo Pitkin’s House of Satisfaction, 34 Ave. A, bet. 2nd & 3rd Sts. 212-777-5660. $10.

Amato Opera, 319 Bowery at 2nd St., 212-228-8200, www.amato.org: AIDA, in Italian, music by Verdi; Begins Sat., Feb. 18 at 7:30 pm and continues thru Sun., March 19 at 2:30pm; Call or go online for specific times and dates; $30, $25 seniors, kids and students.

Baggot Inn, 82 W. Third, bet. Sullivan and Thompson: RADIOSONIC, Thurs., Feb. 2.

Clemente Soto Velez, 107 Suffolk St. at Rivington, 212-696-6681: THE VISION CLUB SERIES 2006, 1:30pm: Yoshiko Chuma & Joe McPhee. 3pm: TRIO X featuring Joe McPhee, Dominic Duval & Jay Rosen. Sun., Jan. 22. $10 per set, $7 student, kids 14 & under free.

CLEMSON COUNTY, SC, An original bluegrass musical based on Jane Austen's Pride & Prejudice. Thru Feb 5; Fri & Sat at 7:30pm, Sun at 2pm. Downtown Art, 59-61 E. 4th Street. www.downtownart.org. 212-479-0885. $5.

greenwich house music school, Renee Weiler Concert Hall, 46 Barrow St. 212-242-4770: MELODY FADER, Chamber musician, vocal accompanist and faculty member performs works by Chopin, Ravel, Schumann and a premiere for piano and dancer by Malina Rauschenfelds. Thurs. Jan. 19 at 8pm. $10. MUSIC OF FRANK WIGGELSWORTH AND FRIENDS, A presentation of seven works by Wiggelsworth and one each by Lou Harrison, Henry Cowell, Wallinford Riegger and John Cage. Thurs. Jan. 26 at 8 pm. $15, students and seniors $10.

greenwich village bistro, 13 Carmine St., 212-206-9777: WHIRLED MUSIC, nightly music with no cover charge at any time, call for a given evening’s schedule.

the Knitting factory, 74 Leonard St. 212-219-3006: DA CAPO ON SHUFFLE, the Da Capo Chambers players are appearing in a hectic-eclectic mix of works that runs the gamut from pop, jazz, techno, minimalism, microtonality to sonic sketch comedy. Tues. Jan. 24 at 7:30pm. $20, $10 students.

La MaMa E.T.C., The Club, 74A E. 4th St. 212-475-7710: CABARET-STYLE EVENING OF SONG & DANCE, A unique event entirely devoted to the music of the late, great composer and musician Donald Ashwander (1929 - 1994), whose compositions range from classical art songs and swinging ragtime tunes to sophisticated theater songs and lyrics. Feb. 10 - 12 & 17 - 19, Fri & Sat at 10pm, Sun at 5:30pm. $15.

Mo Pitkin's House of Satisfaction, 34 Ave. A, bet. 2nd & 3rd Sts. 212-777-5660: JEFF HARRIS AND THE SUPER CASUALS, The group’s sound is built upon a foundation of American-born roots music and modernized by the influence of Ryan Adams, Wilco and The Jayhawks. Wed., Jan. 25 at 10:30pm. $10.

Open Music Circle, A self-directed improvisatory gathering of acoustic instrument players and vocalists. The event begins and ends in silence. In between, participants experiment with playing in the moment. Second and fourth Sunday of each month. $5-10 donation per person suggested. Bring your own instrument or instruments will be provided. RSVP to 212-988-3306. The New York Insight Meditation Center, 28 W. 27th St., 10th floor, Ring buzzer to enter.

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